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Retirement Celebrations

During the Board of Education meeting on June 11, the District had the privilege of honoring these individuals. Many of whom are teachers, aides, secretaries, accounts payable, and a maintenance foreman, all of whom have played an integral role in shaping the lives of countless students throughout the years.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude for their commitment and service to our school District. Their passion, knowledge, and dedication have made a lasting impact on the lives of our students, and we are incredibly grateful for their contributions.

To express our appreciation, each retiree was presented with a special gift—a beautiful red marble apple symbolizing the fruitful years they have spent nurturing, supporting, and/or educating our students. It's a small token of our gratitude, but it represents the immense respect and admiration we have for each of them.

Please join us in congratulating these retirees on their well-deserved retirement!  (Not all retirees are pictured.)

Thank you for your years of service! Best wishes for an incredible retirement! We would also like to thank our Board of Education Trustees who have given Saugerties CSD many years of service -  Bob Thomann, Mike Maclary, and Jim Mooney. 

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We want to take a moment to celebrate the incredible careers and dedication of 19 individuals who have decided to take the giant leap into retirement. 

Randy holds up two bricks labeled with two different brickyards on them.

After an incredible 36 and a half years with the Saugerties Central School District's maintenance department, Randy Ricks is preparing to retire, but not without sharing some fascinating stories from his time with us.